Cayman Islands News
Delhi court grants exemption from appearance to Jairam Ramesh in defamation case filed by NSA Ajit Doval's son Vivek
On 30 January, Vivek Doval had recorded his statement before the court, saying all the allegations levelled by The Caravan magazine and later repeated by Jairam Ramesh at a press conference were "baseless" and "false"
Delhi court reserves order on whether to summon Jairam Ramesh and 'The Caravan' in Vivek Doval's defamation plea
On 30 January, Vivek Doval had recorded his statement before the court, saying all allegations levelled by The Caravan and later repeated by Jairam Ramesh at a press conference were "baseless" and "false" and damaged his reputation in the eyes of family members and professional colleagues
Vivek Doval records statement in criminal defamation case against Caravan and Jairam Ramesh for article published in magazine
NSA Ajit Doval's son Vivek Doval on Wednesday completed recording statement in his defamation plea against 'The Caravan' magazine for an alleged defamatory article and senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh for using that content.
GNY Asia row: NSA Ajit Doval's son Vivek files criminal defamation case against Jairam Ramesh, Caravan
Vivek Doval, son of National Security Adviser Ajit Doval has filed a criminal defamation case against Congress leader Jairam Ramesh and news magazine Caravan over an article raising questions about GNY Asia, that Vivek launched after demonetisation
Vodafone moment for Flipkart shareholders? Advance tax, TDS pour in from capital gains on sale to Walmart
While Vodafone is challenging the retrospective amendment made in 2012 by the former finance minister Pranab Mukherjee, Flipkart promoters have no such latitude.
OYO raises $100 million from Singapore-based Grab's arm A1 Holding; eyes expansion in Southeast Asia
In October this year, OYO said it had forayed into Indonesia and also confirmed an investment of over $100 million in the country as part of its expansion in Southeast Asia.
Paradise Papers: MoS for civil aviation Jayant Sinha says transactions were legal, done in professional capacity
Union minister Jayant Sinha's name has cropped up in Paradise Papers even as he said that the transactions were not done for any "personal purpose".
Investors gearing up for the initial public offering of Ant Financial, the $60 billion online finance arm spun off by e-commerce giant Alibaba, will have to wait until at least late 2017 as the business puts growth first, sources say.
The people benefitting from the global economy are those at the top, simply because our economic system is heavily skewed in their favour
A member of the financial watchdog committee at football's ruling body FIFA has been charged with fraud, money-laundering and breach of trust.
Politicians' bluff can be called only if the country enacts a meaningful anti-benami law with real teeth and enlists international cooperation
Vodafone, which has sent the government a notice on a law that is still to be passed, seems to have jumped the gun on arbitration.